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Gilbert Richard Redgrave

Redgrave was son of the painter Richard Redgrave and his wife Rose Margaret Bacon. In the 1860s he worked on the design of the Royal Albert Hall, writing the programme of its opening ceremony. He was manager of the first Alexandra Palace at Muswell Hill, destroyed by fire shortly after its opening in 1873, and architect to the Royal Commissioners of the Paris Exhibition in 1878. He became an Officer of the Légion d'honneur and a member of the Athenaeum Club.... Read More

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